Spain's Coronavirus Death Toll Slows Further on Monday

Though Spain has the second-highest death toll in the world after Italy, the number of deaths each day has been falling since Thursday's peak of 950

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Las Ramblas during an outbreak of the coronavirus in Barcelona, Spain, March 18, 2020.
Las Ramblas during an outbreak of the coronavirus in Barcelona, Spain, March 18, 2020.Credit: Albert Gea/Reuters
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The pace of Spain's coronavirus deaths slowed again on Monday as 637 patients died overnight, taking the total to 13,055, the government said.

Though Spain has the second-highest death toll in the world after Italy, the number of deaths each day has been falling since Thursday's peak of 950, according to health ministry figures.

Monday's data showed total cases up to 135,032 from 130,759 the previous day.

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